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19 Cards in this Set

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deceptively

p. 232
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elude

p. 237
definition: to escape someone's grasp, escape capture

meaning parts: ex = e = out of; lud = to play; (to play with someone so that you always avoid capture)
taboo*

p. 234
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manifest

p. 237
definition: to change form so that something can be "seen" with the five senses

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exaltation

p. 237
definition: great rejoicing

meaning parts: ex = out; sal = jump (to jump for joy)

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atheist

p. 237
definition: someone who doesn't believe in God

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a last rite

p. 237
definition: a religious ceremony; particularly among Roman Catholic Christians, the last religious ceremony before a person dies
designated sacrificial victims

p. 232
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suing

p. 232
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doomed

p. 232
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parody

p. 231
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propogate

p. 234
definition: increase in size (or in this case, length); to breed, to produce many more of the same thing
motives

p. 234
definition: reasons for doing something

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demonic

p. 237
definition: evil, like a devil or evil spirit
capital punishment

p. 229
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mockery


p. 237
definition: making fun of, laughing at

meaning parts: don't help

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cynicism

p. 234
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lethal injection

p. 232
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vigil*

p. 231
definition: